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I have been doing family history since about 2002. I have been helped so much, and so generously by others, that I want to 'pay it forward'. I enjoy helping others with their family history.|
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|Mountain Traveler||RE: Lucinda Moyers Reynolds|
Both. These dates are in the cemetery records and on the tombstone.
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Pierce in Quaker Knob|
The only records I'm aware of are at the genealogy library in town and all have been added here to the Quaker Knob Cemetery. I have been to this cemetery many times & have done a survey on what could be read there...more than once. There are so many unmarked graves & field stones without writing on them.
|Denny Jackson||RE: McIntire cemetery|
Let me try the Trimble County Historical Society who put out the cemetery book and see if thery may know.
I did find an obit for him that I added to his memorial. Odette
Added by Odette on Jun 07, 2015 9:03 PM
|SWessendorf||Luis and Juanita|
Was able to locate and take a photo of Luis. Next to him was Juanita and I also took a photo of her headstone.
|Carol Darling||RE: Parkers|
You're welcome. Glad I was able to help.
Julia A. Parker & Edward D. Parker's markers were side by side. There was also one for Olive H. Parker on the other side of Julia, but with no dates. I have added it onto Find A Grave with photos.
|Bill Posson||RE: Marie Margaretha Merklein|
That is correct. If you contact me via my
email, maybe we can exchange information.
|Bill Posson||RE: Thank you!|
Added the photo for Marie Merklein today.
She was my wife's Great Grandmother. What
is your link to the Merklein clan?
|Jim Herman||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome!
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